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Le livre, l'ordinateur et le fauteuil

Abstract : The study on the poor in public library, written for the central public library Joé Cabanis in Toulouse (France), shows that the poor do not behave in specificities ways when in public libraries, except for contextual reasons (toilets, water, electric plugs) : libraries tend to prequalify people due to the generally inspiring body constraint and the cultural norm. This kind of requalification even tends to boost people when they enter in touch with ordinary people and ask cultural explanations ou help to librarians. This particular relationship pushes them towards ordinary categories of patrons and uses of cultural and Internet resources. The library can even be restructuring for people alone or adrift away from social links.
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Damien Coladant, Mariangela Roselli. Le livre, l'ordinateur et le fauteuil. [Rapport de recherche] Bibliothèque publique José Cabanis-Toulouse. 2014, 64 p. ⟨hal-02987026⟩



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